Aptive Capital set to support Nigerian entrepreneurs, you can apply

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Aptive Capital (https://www.aptivecapital.com) – an investment organisation that provides capital, coaching and community for social impact-driven startups and entrepreneurs — is calling on early-stage businesses in Africa; Nigeria, Ghana, Kenya, South Africa, Egypt and Ethiopia.

Launched in 2020, arising from the funding gap as a result of the pandemic, Aptive Capital is a US-based $1m portfolio fund committed to supporting entrepreneurs and innovators dedicated to social impact within their community.

The fund is given to support, coach and increase the social impact of early-stage entrepreneurs and innovators who are changing the norm and creating social impact within their society.

With base and partners in the United States and Nigeria, Aptive looks to invest in, and support the acceleration of 100 African startups in the next 5 years

Toyin Afilaka
Toyin Afilaka
Toyin Afilaka writes with simplicity and insight. He aims to enrich the Nigerian small business landscape. Through Hustle24 he connects entrepreneurs with information about new policies, enterprise solutions and opportunities that will aid their 'hustle'. He has written extensively for CobraReview, a product review portal, and served as a lead project manager for MarketingMix where he consulted as PR consultant for MTN Project Fame and Business Next Titan etc.

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